Yucca rostrata is an eyecatching tree-like desert plant with a thick trunk. It has a showy rosette of thin, sharp pointy leaves on top of the trunk, in a grey or bluish/green colour. Yucca rostrata is native to arid-tropical parts of Mexico and Texas, where it grows along rocky slopes and ridges. The slow-growing Yucca rostrata is very hardy and great for patio containers, gardens and landscaping. In summer it can grow clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers. Yucca rostrata is commonly known as Beaked Yucca or Beaked blue Yucca. Other internationally used common names for Yucca rostrata are: Big Bend Yucca; Palmita; Thompson Yucca; Tompson's Yucca; Trans-Pecos Yucca; Soyate. Evanthia has Yucca rostrata seeds available all year round. Ask our team for the Yucca cultivation manual for commercial production. Check out all Yuccas in the Evanthia range.
Decorative, colourful foliage
Robust, hardy and trunk-forming
Great for gardens, patio containers and landscaping
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Botanical name:Yucca rostrata
Common name:Beaked Yucca; Beaked blue Yucca; Big Bend Yucca; Palmita; Thompson Yucca; Tompson's Yucca; Trans-Pecos Yucca; Soyate